Douglas B. Engwall: SELECTED PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
2000 CSU Student Health Report. CSU 2000
2002 Social Marketing Report. Social Marketing Campaign
Engwall, D.B., Bontempi, J.B., Engwall, K.B., Hamer, J., Hunter, R.,
Nebelkopf, E. (2000). Profiles on student health: 2000. New Britain,
CT: Connecticut State University.
Engwall, D.B., & Engwall, K.B. (1999). High-risk drinking among first-year
students: Changing the norms. Paper presented at the Twelfth
International Conference of the First-year Experience, Edinburgh,
Engwall, K.B., & Engwall, D.B. (1997). A comparison of eating disorders
among college athletes and college students in general. Paper
presented at the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association,
Engwall, D.B., Engwall, K.B., Greer, M., Hamer, J., Hunter, R., &
Nebelkopf, E. (1996). Profiles on student health. New Britain, CT:
Connecticut State University.
Engwall, D.B., Horowitz, S., & Engwall, K.B. (1996). Connecticut collegiate
health survey. Hartford, CT: The Campus Partnership.
Engwall, D.B. & Baiera, R.J. (1995). Supporting the first-generation
college student: An integration of advising and survival skills
within academic courses. Paper presented at the national conference
of the National Academic Advising Association, Nashville, TN.
Baiera, R.J. & Engwall, D.B. (1995). New dimensions for traditional 101s.
Paper presented at the National Conference of The Freshman Year
Experience, Columbia, SC.
Goldstein, M.B., & Engwall, D.B. (1992). The politics of prevention:
Changing definitions of substance use and abuse. Journal of Health
and Social Policy, 3(3), 69-83.
Goldstein, M.B., & Engwall, D.B. (1990). The politics of prevention:
Changing definitions of substance use and abuse. Paper presented at
the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.
Engwall, D.B., & Goldstein, M.B. (1990). College students' definitions of
social and problem drinking. Journal of Drug Education, 20, 227-234.
RECENT PROFESSIONAL CONSULTING ACTIVITIES
Curriculum Infusion Project. Currently co-directing a project to infuse drug and alcohol prevention messages into existing college courses and conduct a yearly campus-based prevention conference. Funds for these efforts provided by a federal grant to the Connecticut Department of Public Health and Addiction Services.
First-year Experience Program. Since the creation of the program, I have conducted survey and archival research on the success of CCSU’s First-Year Experience Program. This program, begun as a pilot in 1994 and now required for all new students, integrates freshmen seminar topics into existing liberal arts courses.
CSU Drug and Alcohol Study Committee. For four years (1988-1991), this committee monitored the extent of drug and alcohol use on the four campuses of Connecticut State University. A follow-up study, conducted during the spring semester of 1996, examined trends over a nine year period. The most recent replication was conducted in 2000.